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Where are egg prices going, and will Easter be affected?

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GAINESVILLE, Ga. — Egg prices have been on the rise for the past year. Supply could not keep up with the consumer’s demand during the holiday season and made the supply eggs even more scarce. With Easter coming up, the prices of eggs are still high. However, the USDA says egg prices are slowly coming down.

The main two causes of the high prices of eggs have been attributed to avian influenza and inflation. David Anderson, Texas A&M University AgriLife Extension, Bryan-College Station said, “inflationary pressure and the worst avian flu outbreak in the U.S. history. . .

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